emaciation definition

  • noun:
    • The work of creating really slim.
    • hawaii of being emaciated or reduced to extortionate leanness; an excessively lean problem.
    • The act of earning very lean.
    • their state to be emaciated or decreased to extortionate leanness; an excessively lean problem.
    • The act of earning slim or slim in skin.
    • their state of becoming slim by steady wasting of flesh; hawaii of being reduced to leanness.
    • severe leanness (usually caused by hunger or condition)
    • The act of earning extremely lean.
    • hawaii to be emaciated or reduced to excessive leanness; an excessively lean condition.
    • The work of creating very slim.
    • their state of being emaciated or reduced to extortionate leanness; an excessively lean condition.
    • The act of earning lean or thin in flesh.
    • their state of becoming thin by progressive wasting of flesh; their state of being paid off to leanness.
    • extreme leanness (usually brought on by starvation or infection)

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